Veteran actress Kate Hudson proudly showed off her impressive photography skills with a new Instagram account, which includes some never-before-seen intimate family moments.
Kate Hudson's second account is called @ThisLovelyLens. On November 27, she explained in a post what followers could expect from the new account. Along with a charming snap of her 2-year-old daughter Rani Rose, the actress wrote:
"I love a good photographic moment and I bring my lens everywhere I go."
Kate Hudson at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on February 09, 2020 in Beverly Hills, California. | Photo: Getty Images
The 41-year-old added that she thought it was time they sat somewhere on Instagram. She then invited her avid fans to follow @thislovelylens. Meanwhile, in the photo, little Rani is seen standing on a dirt road.
According to TODAY, the adorable shot is just a sample of some of the beautiful family content the "Bride Wars" actress shares on her second account, which already has more than 37,000 followers.
In the photo she shared on Instagram, Hudson is seen kissing Fujikawa.
Hudson's personal Instagram account, @KateHudson, has more than 12 million followers, according to Moms. The photos in her second account really look professional, so needless to say, the actress immediately earned many praises from her fans.
Hudson shares Ryder with her first husband, American musician Chris Robinson. Bingham, on the other hand, is from her relationship with actor Matt Bellamy. The actress shares Rani with her current boyfriend, Danny Fujikawa.
In December 2016, Hudson was first linked to Fujikawa. In June, the award-winning actress gave her beau a sweet shoutout on social media to celebrate his 34th birthday, as reported by Harper's Bazaar.
In the photo she shared on Instagram, Hudson is seen kissing Fujikawa. She called him her "baby" in the caption. In December 2017, the "Almost Famous" star also shared a sweet picture of herself and Fujikawa to celebrate their first dating anniversary.
In the caption, Hudson wrote that one year ago, Fujikawa took her on a hike, which became an unexpected first date. Meanwhile, on April 28, Hudson discussed how her relationship with Fujikawa was holding up amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
She opened up about it during an interview on "Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen." When the host, Cohen, asked whether quarantining has benefitted her and Fujikawa's sexual intimacy, the actress replied yes, adding that she is happy that she is with the right person.